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Golar Affiliate Files for IPO to Buildout LNG Import Infrastructure

Golar Affiliate Files for IPO to Buildout LNG Import Infrastructure

Golar LNG Ltd. said a joint venture it formed with New York City-based Stonepeak Infrastructure Partners has filed for an initial public offering with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to better build out import terminals and downstream natural gas assets across the world.   Hygo Energy Transition Ltd., formerly known as Golar Power Ltd.,…

September 1, 2020
Brigham Minerals Files IPO, While BJ Services Pulls Offering

Brigham Minerals Files IPO, While BJ Services Pulls Offering

Brigham Minerals Inc., a company with a long lineage of successful Lower 48 operators, is planning to launch an initial public offering (IPO) to raise up to $100 million.

March 20, 2019

Vista’s Goal: ‘Latin American Champion’ for Oil, Gas Sector, Says CEO

Mexico’s first independent oil and gas company since energy reforms were instituted four years ago began trading Friday following a successful public offering for $650 million.

August 11, 2017
Extraction, First E&P Launch in Two Years, Soars Early in Nasdaq Debut

Extraction, First E&P Launch in Two Years, Soars Early in Nasdaq Debut

Denver-based Extraction Oil & Gas LLC, the first U.S. exploration and production company to go public in two years, climbed 15% in its debut on Nasdaq Wednesday after pricing above expectations.

October 12, 2016

Briefs — Rangeland, Noble Midstream

Rangeland Energy of Sugar Land, TX, has formed a subsidiary to pursue midstream opportunities in Western Canada. Rangeland Midstream Canada Ltd. is led by Briton Speer, who joined Rangeland Canada in August as vice president, business development. Headquartered in Calgary, Rangeland Canada’s expertise includes gathering, compression, treating, processing and storage services for natural gas, crude oil and natural gas liquids. Rangeland Energy was formed in 2009 to develop, acquire, own and operate midstream infrastructure. The company is focused on emerging shale plays across North America with an emphasis on the Permian Basin’s Delaware sub-basin in West Texas, the U.S. Gulf Coast and Canada. Speer most recently was vice president of business development for DK Canada Energy ULC, a subsidiary of Delek US Holdings Inc. Prior to DK Canada, he worked for eight years at Pembina Midstream LP. Separately, Rangeland Energy said its RIO Pipeline has entered commercial service to transport crude oil and condensate from the Delaware (see Shale Daily,April 12). The 110-mile, 12-inch diameter pipeline originates at the RIO State Line Terminal in Loving County, TX, a gathering hub at the Texas-New Mexico border in the heart of the Delaware with tankage and truck unloading facilities. The pipeline has the capacity to transport more than 125,000 b/d to Rangeland’s Geneva and Zurich terminals in Midland, TX.

September 7, 2016